Ithaca College is proudly serving as host to 3,500 college students, their faculty sponsors and friends who are participating in the prestigious National Conference on Undergraduate Research March 31st through April 2nd. Senior Sport Management major, Steve DeBear, working collaboratively with Dr. Annemarie Farrell, will be presenting his take on whether there should be a […]

By Ian Rebhan ’12 Talk is just noise. Up until now, I’ve created plenty of noise about this upcoming season due to the excitement. Tucker’s words — or lack thereof — have spoken volumes. The MLB letters have generated a steady buzz, as well. Now that the season has started, Tucker has stressed that what […]

Each year, the College recognizes outstanding students who excel academically, perform service to the College community and nation, and represent an exemplary level of achievement. This year, senior Sport Management major Ruthie Goff is being recognized for this prestigious honor. For those who wish to join us in congratulating Ruthie on this outstanding accomplishment, you […]

By Sean Vanho ’11 Not to crush dreams and end all hope, but the Moneyball path to becoming a Major League Baseball general manager is not easy — and it’s no longer a new concept. Let’s face it, the rest of the league and other baseball/mathematical enthusiasts have caught up to Billy Beane’s statistical shenanigans […]

On Thursday, March 24, 2011, junior Sport Media major Gavin Cote along with graduate students Coen de Heus and Sho Takaki were inducted as members of the academic honor society, Phi Kappa Phi. The Ithaca College chapter of Phi Kappa Phi was founded in 1977 and now has a membership of some 62 faculty, administrators […]

As part of a Sport Media Relations class assignment, Sport Media majors Meghan Herlihy, Elizabeth Gomez and Chelsea Dutton sat down with Ithaca College golfer and senior Sport Management major Christie O’Shea to discuss a wide range of IC-related topics. Listen below (gray play button) as Christie recalls her golfing past; reveals the sport she […]

There’s still time to register for the Syracuse Crunch Career Fair being held this Friday, March 25 from 5:00-6:30 p.m. Career Fair attendees will have the opportunity to discuss job opportunities with professional sports franchises and Syracuse area businesses. Full-time, part-time and internship opportunities will be available. Registration is only $14, which includes a ticket […]

Thanks to a loyal reader tip, we’ve learned NASCAR is looking for several NY-based interns for various roles this summer. According to NASCAR.com, at the time of application, all candidates must: – Be currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate degree program; and – Have completed their sophomore year of college; and – Have a […]

Spring Break 2011 is over. (Sure, it’s only Friday, but let’s not kid ourselves.) If it’s any consolation, ICSMMblog missed you. To help ease you back into the academic grind, please read some Sport Management and Media literature from an alumnus and our current students.   ♦—♦—♦—♦ If you haven’t checked out our series, “Tucker […]

Technology is essential to the smooth running of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. At Games time, it will ensure core competition information and accurate sport results are captured, produced and communicated to a worldwide audience. It will also play a crucial role in the planning and delivery of all London 2012 venues. LOCOG […]

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